The bible that I have been using since I was baptised 7 years ago is literally falling from the seams and completely detached from the cover. I have been looking for a new study bible for about 6 months and has been reading reviews, watching youtube, going to christian book stores, and looking at other people's bibles while at church. I found out about local church bible publishers ministry (LCBP) online and was very happy that I did. What ever bible I chose had to be a King James bible and it need to have good binding of the pages to the cover. After watching a few reviews on the internet and checking out the bindery process of LCBP bibles, I decided to try their wide margin (230 model). Besides, their price was $68 including shipping and handle which was a fraction of the cost of the Cambridge publishing's option. I wanted a wide margin study bible but didn't want to invest over $200 or more on a good quality wide margin bible.
Now, what I like about this bible is the simplicity and clarity of the text, no bells and whistle, but get the basics right! Love the binding, the cover, and the spacing around the text (for the exception of the inner margin in the creases but I can live with it). There are no cross reference texts, no red letter, no commentary, but I wanted to read the bible and find my own cross references etc, so this was perfect. It comes with a concordance as well which is pretty handy. There are tons of videos on youtube about LCBP bibles but I only saw a few about this specific one and so I decided to share some images to help someone who might be thinking about purchasing a wide margin King James Bible. Each of their bibles are different but this one fit my needs well. I am looking into getting a hand size bible for reading and talking with me to church. I hope this helps. God bless!